NUCLEAR PROLIFERATION Archive

The Onion on Iran

Fantastic satire from The Onion today, which is funny because it seems scarily close to truth. Iran Promises To End Nuclear Program In Exchange For Detailed Diagram Of Atomic Bomb TEHRAN—In an unprecedented display of international cooperation from the Middle Eastern nation, Iran reportedly pledged to end the country’s burgeoning nuclear weapons program in exchange [&hellip

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Skepticism on the Steppe

Reports from Almaty, Kazakhstan indicate that the P5+1 and the Iranian regime regarding its nuclear program are going to move into a second day. The demands of the P5+1 mirror the “stop, shut, and ship” formula that has long been advocated by the IAEA and members of the international community. According to the New York [&hellip

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Collegiality and Iranian Diplomats

They say that diplomats are honest men sent abroad to lie for the good of their homeland. The truth is that they aren’t all honest men. Last night, when the Iranian Ambassador to the United Nations Mohammed Khazaee spoke at the Asia Society, was ample evidence of this fact. Khazaee did his best impression of [&hellip

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“Those Iranians Who Can Deliver Don’t Want to Talk to America”

Last week at the Munich Security Conference Vice President Joe Biden made two very important things clear. The first is that the United States will not allow Iran to acquire a nuclear weapon. The second is that the United States is willing to sit down and negotiate with the Iranian regime in good faith to [&hellip

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Iran in 2013: More of the Same

Here is something we know about the coming year: It is going to be crucial for the future of Iran, the region and American interests in the Middle East. In assessing what the Iranian regime’s behavior will be in the near future, the best guide is how it has behaved in the past. This probably [&hellip

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